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in his direction. in michigan kane did much lower. mitt romney, his home state, des appointing ruts for perry. many are saying why is this happening. some say his subpar debate in orlando where he took flack for his stance on immigration. today perry released a new web ad. he is trying to shiest the focus back to mitt romney and healthcare. perry said romney's language changed. >> it's portable, affordable health insurance. something people have been talking about for decades. we can accomplish the same thing for everyone in the country. >> reporter: we've seeing -- we're seeing a parsing of language. >> some new numbers are out today. what are we learning from those numbers in. >> they can still say front-runner. the problem is they used to load by 11% in the last poll. then you break it down and see another area of concern. does the candidate have the personal qualities you lock for in a candidate. most people say romney does. 50% say president obama does. just 45% believe rick perry has those traits. a campaign that is looking to appear presidential and likable has to get those n
the next major primary in arizona and michigan and mitt romney is expected to do well in those. that makes florida especially critical for this guy, rick perry. if he doesn't do well in florida it's another four weeks before he has a good chance to pick up a win. don't forget there are three candidates who are said to still be seriously considering a run. chris christy, sarah palin and rudy giuliani. with the primary season kicking off after the new year it's just three months, that's not a lot of time to build a campaign. >> a source said that iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada are all going to announce their dates tomorrow at the earliest. >> what about possible penalties that florida could face. could they loose delegates for this? >> reporter: they could loose half their delegates. something they are aware of. when they were making decision today one state official tried to set up why he voted the way he did. >> i know if the situation was -- republicans might loose delegates but i think it's more about the motion of florida than about the parties. >> reporter: the republic
dozen fast moving pieces of space junk will come out of the sky and strike ground in texas or michigan, or florida, or maybe into the ocean. >> it just -- not under control at all and that make itself difficult to predict where it'll come. >> reporter: don't panic, that is what then. now they say its clear the bus sized satellite will crash north of australia or near the coast of chile, maybe. as this shows most of its expected to burn as it comes in but about two dozen pieces are expected to fall to earth as far as five hundred miles apart. the odds of anyone being hit are long, about one in 3200, but it happens. >> the chance of getting in a car wreck is one in 16, so, this isn't really much to worry about. >> reporter: just ask lonnie. she was walking when she was struck in the back in 1997 with a piece of a rocket and the only known victim of falling space junk has advice. >> my advice is to be outside if you see it coming, run. >> reporter: to put it in perspective the odds of being hit by lightning are one in a million but it happened to tom burnett three times. so when it com
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